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EMC World 2010: My presentation around using Documentum in a SOA-platform

by alexandra on maj 11th, 2010

Yesterday on Monday May 10 at 11 am I gave a speech at the Momentum 10 conference here at EMC World 2010 in Boston. The presentation was focused around our experiences of building an experimentation platform for next-generation information and knowledge management (IKM) for a large operational level military HQ. Contemporary conflicts are complex and dynamic in character and requires a new approach to IKM in order to be able to handle all those complexities based on a sound management of our digital information. At the core of our platform is EMC Documentum integrated over an Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) from Oracle. The goal is to maintain access and tracability on the information while removing stove-piped systems.

I have got quite a few positive reactions both from customers and EMC-people after the session which of course is just great. For instance see these notes from the session. All the presentations will be available for download for all participants but that will most likely take some time. So in the meantime you can download my presentation here instead:

Presentation at EMC World 2010 in Boston

Looking forward to comments are reflections. The file is quite big but that is because my presentations is high on screenshots and downsampling them to save file size will make it too hard to see what they are showing. Try zooming in to see details.

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4 Comments
  1. nodeen permalink

    Hi, I wonder if I can download your presentation. Where can I download the file?. Kinda interesting on your subject in developed a content management into a kknowloedge management.
    Thanks.

  2. alexandra permalink

    Yes you can. The file is right here at this page. The link is called ”Presentation at EMC World 2010 in Boston” in blue color…

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